Scandal à Paris Eau de Toilette
Jean Paul Gaultier
Scandal à Paris Eau de Toilette for Women
A rumour is spreading that Jean Paul Gaultier is back with a new scandal. A feminine fragrance, far away from the cliché, for a powerful and sexy woman. Let yourself be tempted by the radiant and luminous trail of Scandal A Paris and trigger the craziest rumours.
A honey jasmine. Like a rumor, the scandal spreads with the new interpretation of Scandal's addictive honey. Here it comes full of light and sun with a radiant jasmine and a juicy pear.
Jean-Paul Gaultier is a French fashion designer whose first collection was presented in 1976. Having no formal training in fashion design, he began his career at a young age by sending his sketches to famous couture designers of the day.
The first perfume of the Gaultier house was launched in 1993—the famous Jean Paul Gaultier EDP for women, whose name was subsequently changed to Classique. Classique was followed by Le Male in 1995, and Fragile in 1999. All of them were known for their peculiar packaging and unusual compositions. Limited edition flankers have been released for many of the fragrances, featuring new "fashions" for the bottles. Jean Paul Gaultier produces fragrances in conjunction with Beaute Prestige International.